The Clay-coloured robin (Turdus grayi) is the national bird of Costa Rica, where it is well known as the yiguirro. One of its other names is the clay-coloured thrush. It resembles a pale, tawny-beige American Robin. It has olive-brown upperparts, buff throat has faint brown streaks, and pale brown underparts. The bill is yellow-green with black-tipped and legs & feet are grey-black. It will follow army ants to feed on small prey disturbed by the ant columns. Its range spans from southern Texas to northern Colombia, and is found along the Atlantic slope between these two areas.